What Does the Diabetes Assessment Look For?

At North Houston Diabetes Institute, Dr. Juan Carlos Zubieta performs diabetes assessments and examinations in-house. According to research, millions of Americans have diabetes but are unaware because early symptoms aren't always apparent. Plus, symptoms and signs of type 1 and 2 diabetes can appear gradually, so people may have the disease for years before being diagnosed. Consider a diabetes assessment in Humble, TX, if you notice any of the following symptoms: increased thirst and urination, fatigue, blurred vision, unexpected weight loss, increased hunger, slow healing sores and frequent infections, red, swollen gums, tingling or numbness in your hands or feet. When you understand the dangers of diabetes, you can better manage and treat this condition.

What Does The Diabetes Assessment Look For?

A diabetes assessment checks for a few things: Hemoglobin (A1c) and hypoglycemia levels, a 10-year risk for developing cardiovascular disease, and renal function. It also examines your eye and foot health, blood pressure, and medication reconciliation. Our doctor checks cholesterol, hemoglobin, glucose, and protein using blood and urine samples. The diabetes assessment technology compiles results into a highly personalized digital report card that's straightforward to comprehend. Dr. Zubieta executes all diabetic tests and exams in your exam room, and test results are available in less than six minutes. The most crucial thing is for you to comprehend the effects of your diabetes, so he promises to explain all test results in detail before personalizing your treatment plan.

Diabetes assessment is the first step in managing this condition which can burden your life if left untreated. Our doctor recommends testing when choosing North Houston Diabetes Institute to determine the health needs to incorporate into your care plan. The diabetes assessment includes taking a patient's history and performing a physical examination. Please explore our website to learn more about the conditions we treat and the services provided. For more information about diabetes assessment in Humble, TX, or to schedule an appointment with Dr. Juan Carlos Zubieta, call (832) 644-9595.

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